Author: Mustafa Mirreh

@tapthefeed

Striving towards a career in writing/journalism with particular focus in music and culture. Also working as live editor for Bristol Live Magazine, writer for DIY Magazine and digital journalist for PerformanceIN. Photographer, music lover, football fanatic, runner and coffee drinker. Making it happen one step at a time.
Abstract Typography Preview – The Louisiana

➤   10 December, 2017, 12:00

A short while ago we introduced to you emerging Bristol/Bath based project Abstract Typography. Led by singer-songwriter Stan Bull, the band bring both creativity and raw energy to the scene – with debut offering ‘Grasp the Nettle’...

China Bowls – The Way

➤   2 December, 2017, 11:00

There’s been many gems that have stood out over the last 12 months; singer-songwriter China Bowls certainty comes to mind following her musical success thus far. Since signing to Saffron Records, its been a exhilarating journey which...

Preview: The Louisiana celebrates 30th anniversary

➤   19 November, 2017, 14:00

This week marks the 30th anniversary of one of Bristol’s most beloved music venues, The Louisiana and to celebrate the venue will be hosting a series of special events for its big 3 0. Originally starting as an...

Fenne Lily Review – The Lantern

➤   10 October, 2017, 20:00

Photo: Carl Osborne 16 million streams on Spotify, tours across the UK and Europe and supported the likes of Charlie Cunningham, Lucy Rose and more. It’s fair to say Fenne Lily is Bristol’s most tipped artist right...

Saffron Records celebrates 2nd birthday!

➤   7 September, 2017, 13:00

We couldn’t be more excited to work with Saffron Records on celebrating their 2nd birthday next Thursday at Mr Wolf’s – with special guest performances from Brighton alt-pop four-piece Kudu Blue, label artist China Bowls and their Mix...

LEECHES Review – The Old England

➤   16 August, 2017, 20:00

To say that the last few hours prior to tonight’s show at The Old England was ‘a complete faff’ is an understatement. Shitty gym session, miserable weather and to top it off, we lose our bearings (got...

LEECHES Preview – The Old England

➤   6 August, 2017, 18:00

Photo: Rowan Allen A debut in two parts: for local DIY label Leisure Records hosting their first live event, and for Bournemouth based three-piece LEECHES doing their first headline Bristol show on 11th August at The Old...

Paramore Review – Colston Hall

➤   24 June, 2017, 18:00

Whether you’re a die-hard fan, or recently got into their music, or even just reliving your favourite childhood band growing up – tonight’s show at Colston Hall couldn’t be more anticipated as Paramore return to UK with...

Emi McDade Review – Blackfriars

➤   17 June, 2017, 14:30

A rare trip out of Bristol for us as we head to the neighbourhood city of Gloucester to catch a special hometown performance from singer-songwriter Emi McDade. Having dropped her exquisite new single ‘Sweet Return’ (check out...

Dot to Dot Festival 2017 Review + Photoset

➤   3 June, 2017, 13:00

The words #WeStandTogether hold close to many following the terrible events that happened in Manchester, and despite the rush of emotions as we walk down to Thekla, we remain in high spirits as the Bristol edition of...

Festival Preview: Dot to Dot Festival 2017

➤   22 May, 2017, 14:30

The countdown has begun for the award-winning Dot to Dot Festival which takes place in the cities of Nottingham, Bristol and Manchester this May Bank Holiday weekend. Sundara Karma return to the festival as this year’s main...

Wilsen Review – Thekla

➤   20 May, 2017, 14:30

This could very well be our shortest gig attendance let alone shortest gig review, but when we heard that Brooklyn based band Wilsen are stopping by Bristol on their UK tour, we couldn’t pass up on the...

Wilsen Preview – Thekla

➤   16 May, 2017, 18:00

Brooklyn based three-piece Wilsen, lead by singer-songwriter Tamsin Wilson have released their debut album I Go Missing in My Sleep to much acclaim. Both textured and personal, the album invite listeners into Wilson’s inner thoughts; haunting stories told in an...

Interview: Breakfast Records celebrates first birthday

➤   26 April, 2017, 18:30

There’s been a huge surge of DIY projects and labels over the last 12 months, all of them making their imprint in the ever-growing Bristol music scene. However, there’s one label in particular that has stood out....

Interview: Husky Loops go live with debut EP

➤   2 April, 2017, 16:30

“I suppose you could roughly class them as post punk with strong psych elements but that really wouldn’t do justice to the sheer shock value of the music” – words on Husky Loops live performance at The Crofters...